OSMaxx (short for "OpenStreetMap Arbitrary Excerpt Export") cuts out OpenStreetMap (OSM) data, processes it to geospatial data structures, converts it to typical GIS file formats and offers those for download.
All our code is open-source and contributions are welcome.
You can find the online documentation of the schema on GitHub: Export Schema Documentation.
These can be found in our separate downloads page.
All data used by OSMaxx comes directly or indirectly from OpenStreetMap:
The bulk of our input data (everything not listed separately below) is verbatim OpenStreetMap data, taken from our own regularly (about every two hours, depending on the current load) synchronized database import of the OpenStreetMap planet.
Additional data sources
- Coastlines, Water-polygons and Landmasses: These are from OSM derived data provided by openstreetmapdata.com.
- Country boundaries: We are using the country boundaries that are based on OSM-Data, cleaned and maintained by Wambachers-OSM.website.
Found a bug?
OSMaxx has been developed by the Geometa Lab at the HSR University of Applied Sciences Rapperswil. The Geometa Lab team can be reached via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure to visit our blog.Geometa Lab ℅ Prof. Stefan Keller
Institute for Software
HSR University for Applied Sciences
CH-8640 Rapperswil (Switzerland)